Nairobi

Nairobi is a busy modern city of between three and four million people and it is the de facto commercial capital of East Africa. Most businesses are headquartered in the city centre or in the industrial area to the southeast.Country and regional offices for the many international humanitarian organi...

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Nairobi cracks down on illegal eateries

The Nairobi country government has launched a crackdown on unlicensed food and water vendors as the city grapples with a cholera outbreak. Traders operating without relevant licences, food-handling c...
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Milk and bread costs more in Nairobi

The price of milk and bread is going up in Nairobi supermarkets thanks to a shortage of milk and increases in wheat prices. Prices are increasing by up to 10 per cent for both products. Milk now costs...
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Negative growth for Kenya’s flower industry

Flower farming in Kenya is going through a rocky patch due to a combination of shrinking export markets particularly in Europe as a result of the global recession and ongoing drought. In the 12 mo...
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Lunch deliveries in Nairobi.

Workers in Hurlingham, Kilimani, Upperhill, Ngong Road and the surrounding areas can make use of a new lunchtime delivery service launched by Sucaar Foods restaurant in the Life Ministry Center off Ja...
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Dormans coffee to expand.

Dormans coffee has announced plans to expand its presence in Kenya. The company, one of the leading coffee roasters and exporters in east Africa, currently operates ten coffee shops in Nairobi and one...
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Meat shortage looms in Nairobi.

Nairobians could be facing a meat shortage following the ordered closure of five private slaughterhouses in the capital due to non-compliance with environmental regulations. The order affects Dagorett...